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That Mountain You’ve Been Climbing Doesn’t Exist

On July 4, 2005, as the sun was rising above the horizon and peaking through the clouds, I was climbing the south face of Mt. Adams in Washington. At 12,281 feet, it’s one of the most popular training destinations for climbers gunning for larger peaks like Rainer. After

That Mountain You’ve Been Climbing Doesn’t Exist
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40 Lessons From 40 Years

I turn forty today. I can’t even believe I just typed that sentence. Over the past month, I've been reflecting on the lessons I’ve learned directly through experience or indirectly from family, friends, mentors and teachers. I wanted capture and share these learnings for one important reason: I’

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How Shake Shack Taught Me To Be A Better VC

One of the internal areas I focus on at Primary is what we call the ‘founder journey.’ This is the end-to-end experience that a founder has with Primary. It includes everything from the initial intro email all the way through post investment support. As a startup, we strive to be